MOSCOW Russian state-controlled bank VTB, which has been actively buying grain export infrastructure assets, is preparing to buy a stake in major local grain trader Mirogroup, a source familiar with the talks and a grain industry source said.
MOSCOW, June 8 Russian state-controlled bank VTB
, which has been actively buying grain export
infrastructure assets, is preparing to buy a stake in major
local grain trader Mirogroup, a source familiar with the talks
and a grain industry source said.
ST PETERSBURG, June 7 DP World, one of
the world's largest port operators, wants to run ports that
Russia plans to build along the northern sea route in the Arctic
to shorten shipping times between the east and west, its chief
executive told Reuters.
MOSCOW Russian airline Aeroflot has scaled back the number of Sukhoi Superjet 100 flights it operates after one of its planes made a crash-landing last month, killing 41 people, according to data provided by a flight tracking website.
MOSCOW Russia is using rail, storage tanks and ships to remove contaminated oil from an export pipeline, and has so far extracted around 2 million tonnes of the tainted oil - or over a third of volumes hit, industry sources and data showed.
MOSCOW, May 8 Staff at a Moscow airport
scrambled fire crews one minute after a malfunctioning passenger
jet crash-landed on Sunday, raising questions among some senior
Russian aviation industry figures about whether the staff acted
MOSCOW Russia sees no reason to ground its domestically produced Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft despite one of the planes bursting into flames during a crash-landing and killing 41 people, the country's transport minister said on Monday.
MOSCOW Private shareholders in Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport may sell a 30 percent stake to raise money for a potential purchase of Russia's 30.5 percent holding at a later date, the chairman of Sheremetyevo's board Alexander Ponomarenko told Reuters.
NIZHNY NOVGOROD, Russia, April 17 Russian
businessman Oleg Deripaska said he was ready to give up control
of GAZ after sanctions against the van maker began to
bite and as Western partners, such as Germany's Daimler
, stopped doing business with the company.
NIZHNY NOVGOROD, Russia Germany's Daimler and some others have stopped dealing with sanctions-hit van maker GAZ, controlled by Russian businessman Oleg Deripaska, he told reporters, adding he was ready to give up control of the company.